The European Parliament approved a resolution on the terms of a British exit from the EU

MEPs approved a resolution that defines the conditions for a British exit from the EU. On Wednesday, April 5, reports TASS.

The document contains a number of key provisions, in fact, sets the tone for upcoming negotiations on Brexit, which should begin in the coming weeks between London and Brussels.

“Britain is obliged to comply with its earlier commitments, including financial, in the framework of the European budget”, — the document says.

The vote on the resolution passed at the plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg.

Brussels London requires payment of 50 billion pounds under taken by the UK on long-term financial obligations. The United Kingdom is ready to pay not more than three billion.

Procedure Brexit was officially launched on March 29. A referendum on British exit from the EU was held on 23 June 2016. More than half of the population voted to secede from the European Union.